Recently, I've begun seeking God to teach me what it truly means to know Him as my everything.
For my desire to be for Him not an earthly man who could disappoint.
Recently, I've felt pressed to pray for single women and moms.
Many of us are juggling so much to the point of weekly exhaustion! Who am I kidding, I'd love to have someone run things for a week a month, a year so I can rest. I couldn't see myself bringing someone into my son's life and things go gravely wrong so I kept my dating life separate.
I’m talking about a love that is at the core of our well being and happiness.
I’m talking about a love from which all other love stems.
For me to grow in faith and truly know my value before venturing back onto the dating scene.
#toomatureforplayplay This in no way means I'm looking for him #menarehunters or that I'm ready for marriage.
So it starts with “me” to form a better “we.” What does this have to do with the awareness and prevention of teen dating violence? When we learn to love ourselves, we remember where our power is. A person who loves his or herself and believes he or she is worthy of love will not allow themselves to be mistreated by others.
Another characteristic of people who love themselves is that they focus on feeling good and feeling happy and have a low tolerance for negative feelings.
But I am talking about a different kind of love, a love that has been forgotten, or in some cases never known.
I’m talking about a love that has increasingly lost its significance over time, yet, ironically, is the most important love of all.
We must understand that self-love doesn’t just stop with loving ourselves.